Model No. WM550

Workmate® Dual Height Workbench

Overview

Features + Benefits

  • Durable steel construction
  • Folds flat for compact storage and easy transport
  • Rubber feet are anti-slip
  • Dual clamping cranks increase clamping force and versatility
  • Dual working heights allow use as a workbench, bench tool stand, vice, or sawhorse
  • Designed for easy set-up and clean-up
  • Front jaw swings up for vertical clamping, increasing flexibility to clamp odd-shaped objects
  • Adjustable swivel pegs and jaw retention grooves provide clamping versatility and reliable material hold
Black And Decker - Workmate Dual Height Workbench - WM550

Product Specs

Product Type Workmate® Workbench
Working heights 775 / 595 mm
Folded size (W x H x D) 610 x 830 x 218 mm
Vice jaw opening 0-226 mm
Vice jaw length 610 mm
Max table width - Jaws open 472 mm
Vice jaw positions 3
Maximum load 250 kg
Verticle clamping Yes
Vice jaw material Particle board
One handed operation No
Uses
  • Workbench
  • Vice for cutting, painting, etc
  • Bench tool stand
  • Holds virtually anything
  • Sawhorse

Workmate® Dual Height Workbench reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Appearance/Style
7.4
Design/Build quality
6.9
Value for money
7.6
Overall rating
6.4
Scores 6.4 out of 10 based on 24 reviews
7 out of 10

Matthias

GB Experienced DIY.
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This bench is quite sturdy (and heavy). Got it at a very reduced price as it was a previously returned item.
Changing between different widths between clamps can be become a little annoying as one has to retract the movable half of the bench top to free the other half, but that is part of the compact design.
Confirmed purchase: 09 August 2018
Published on: 20 August 2018
9 out of 10

Peter

Watton GB A DIY,er.
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Grips well, steady and height adjustable.
Wife struggled to get it t close down.
Confirmed purchase: 29 December 2017
Published on: 23 March 2018
1 out of 10

Mark

Polegate GB
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Does everything it says
But I don't buy power tools from them
Nothong
Confirmed purchase: 26 December 2016
Published on: 20 January 2017